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DROUGHT-BREAKERS: North Bendigo’s senior team that won the club’s first flag for 38 years by beating Leitchville-Gunbower. Picture: GLENN DANIELSNORTH Bendigo Football-Netball Club will celebrate its three premierships won this year with a players and supporters day later this month.
The day will be held on Saturday, November 28, from 2pm at the Bulldogs’ Atkins Street social rooms.
The Bulldogs snapped a 38-year senior premiership drought this year when they beat Leitchville-Gunbower by 10 points in the Heathcote District Football League grand final.
North Bendigo also won its first under-17 flag for 38 years when it belted White Hills by 68 points.
And the club also claimed the B-grade premiership with a 32-25 victory over Mount Pleasant.
“As well as the the current players and supporters, all past players and supporters are encouraged to attend as a way of thanking them for their support and loyalty over the years,” North Bendigo’s Scott Pysing said.
“The 2015 premiership cups will be on hand for everyone to enjoy, and past premiership flags will also be on display.”
Other memorabilia on display will include the club’s six-foot original timekeepers bell from the 1950s, as well as photos of every senior best and fairest winner in the club’s 70-year history from Norm Phillips and Alan Stuchbery in 1946 to Brady Herdman in 2015.
The under-17 and senior football grand finals will be shown on a big screen throughout the day.
For more information, contact Pysing on0400 568 311.
Meanwhile, North Bendigo will hold its annual general meeting at its social rooms from 2pm on Sunday, November 29.
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